NVIDIA to announce new high-end mobile solution this fall

NVIDIA to announce new high-end mobile solution this fall

Although the latest NVIDIA Maxwell architecture has been around for some months now, no flagship solutions have been launched so far. All this is supposed to change this fall when NVIDIA will debut its first high-end Maxwell solutions. The same thing will happen in the mobile segment with a new Maxwell-based solution that is called GeForce GTX 980M.

Unfortunately the new solution has not been confirmed yet so this information is preliminary. No tech specs of the upcoming chip have been published too but analysts expect the new GPU to be based on the latest Maxwell architecture instead of on the older Kepler design. The GTX 980M will be a flagship solution and slower models will appear later on. Some of the models are expected to be called GeForce GTX 940M, GeForce GTX 950M, GeForce GTX 960M, GeForce GTX 970M and GeForce GTX 975M.

More information is expected this fall but after all the new models may end up being rebrands of existing GPUs yet once again.

Source: Wccftech.com

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